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Johnson Family Chiropractic of Peoria
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Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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3227 N Prospect Rd Peoria, IL 61603
3227 North Prospect RoadUSIllinoisPeoria61603
Chiropractor, Pain Management Physician
Chiropractor
Pain Management Physician
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Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 2:00 – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday ClosedFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
         
Offering gentle chiropractic health care, spinal decompression, and more to Peoria area families. We treat the cause of headache, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and many other conditions.
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"...been to many traditional chiropractors, for many years and in many states."
"I have been seeing Dr Johnson for about 6-8 months now."
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Craig Stewart
a year ago
Dr. Johnson was thorough and very professional in his initial examination. What I appreciated the most was that he took the time explain some general information about the human body in addition to helping me with my pain...I think that continued information will be valuable to in all aspects of my life. I plan on working through my back injury with him, and getting occasional checkups so I can continue to stay active. I travel a lot in my car for work, and I just need to take better care of myself. Long story short...after 1 visit, I'm already feeling better and on the path to recovery. Sincere thanks...
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Laura Rodrick
in the last week
I started seeing Dr. Johnson several months ago for back pain and pain down in my butt cheeks. I was sore and stiff upon getting up in the morning and those were the reasons I sought help. I told Dr. Johnson that previously I had been told by a neurosurgeon that I had some vertebrae that were out of place. The last time I went to see him in January of 2015 I took my x-ray results from my primary with diagnosis of grade 2 Spondylolisthesis in my L4-5 vertebrae of my lower back with degenerative changes and arthritis. I thought I would seek help from Dr. Johnson in order to prevent future back surgery and pain meds. He did the regular adjustment of my back and when putting the table down I had pain down in to my buttocks which I always do after an adjustment. That was nothing new. Then after all these months he decides to try the decompression table to see if that will help. Let me say that my back has been messed up so much ever since then. Something happened after putting me on the decompression table. Upon sitting up on the decompression table after the treatment, the pain was horrendous. I had never imagined there could be pain that bad. I managed to get to the floor hunched over in pain and then to the chair. His response was this has never happened before.I thought I was going to have to call the ambulance. Since this incident I can't sleep in the bed anymore in any position. I am limited to my daily activities which I didn't have any limitations before this day. Since this day my back locks on me and I can't bend it like I used to and even laying down for an MRI is so painful and my back locks up with excruciating pain. This has forever changed my life. I can't figure out why after seeing him for so many months and me bringing him my x-ray report showing I have 50% slippage of my vertebrae that he decides to do the decompression table. I went to Dr. Johnson and I was hoping to get better and it went the wrong way. I put my trust in him to make the right decisions for my spine. On the way out the door instead of making sure I was okay the response was all you need to lose weight is to exercise 3 times a week for 45 minutes each time. I have thyroiditis/active Hashimoto's autoimmune thyroid, autoimmune gastritis, and a bad left knee and the bad back.
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Response from the owner - 4 weeks ago
I've reached out to you privately to have a conversation about your situation and to offer my perspective, and I very much look forward to helping you resolve this issue. Unfortunately, due to patient privacy laws, I cannot discuss your situation publicly. All the best, Dr. Johnson
A Google User
4 years ago
if you think you know what it's like to go to a chiropractor, you may need to rethink it. there's no "neck cracking" or "back cracking" with activator chiropractors. it's SO gentle and fast, but it just feels more accurate than other types. i've been to lots of chiropractors, but think that dr. kyle is one of the best i've ever been to. HIGHLY recommend this.
A Google User
4 years ago
I have seen Dr. Johnson a number of times and he always does a great job. One time I went to Dr. Johnson because after working on a construction project at home, I hurt my shoulder and I couldn't lift my left arm more than 30 degrees without substantial pain. In just one session, he was able to adjust my shoulder so well that I recovered a full range of motion. I was very impressed.
Response from the owner - 4 years ago
Steve, thanks for choosing to spend the effort and time to review my business. I'm glad that you were able to regain function of that shoulder, and hope that you will continue to think of chiropractic as a preventative tool as well as a healing art. All the best, Dr. Johnson.
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Karen Fulster
2 years ago
I have been to many traditional chiropractors, for many years and in many states. Because my pain and ability to walk, bend, etc. became worse and worse, I decided to try chiropractic again. My back was in such poor condition, I had previously had spinal injections and had been prescribed pain meds by numerous other doctors. I usually used a cane and was slowly progressing to a walker. I looked on the internet and discovered Dr. Johnson's website talking about a gentler chirpractic. I had to see for myself. I was amazed at the improvement. I have been seeing Dr Johnson for about 6-8 months now. On my 2nd visit, I didn't use my cane. I really haven't used it since. I'm not cured of being 65 years old with massive back and joint issues. No, I'm not 20 years old again. But, my quality of life has improved beyond any medical practitioner's expectations. Previously, I had been told that back surgery was my only option and no doctor really recommended it. Now, I'm cane and walker free. They're still in my closet, just in case. But, they are just gathering dust since I began this new non-invasive Chiropractic with Dr. Johnson. My quality of life has improved more than I or my medical doctors ever hoped for. If only I had found this earlier, I truly believe there would have been less back problems as I aged. DON'T HESITATE to make an appointment and judge for yourself. I am aging with more dignity than I thought was possible. Thank you, Dr. Johnson.
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A Google User
4 years ago
I wasn't too familiar with chiropractic, but it sure has helped my back problems! I agree that activator adjustments are effective and not intimidating at all. Dr. Johnson was great with my kids too- I highly recommend him.
A Google User
3 years ago
I admit that I was a skeptic of Activator technique at first. However, after learning about it and getting adjusted by Dr. Johnson, I don't like to get my neck or back "cracked" any more. Dr. Johnson was the first Activator clinician to regularly adjust me using the Activator and I have struggled to find one who is as caring, thorough, and AWESOME as Dr. Johnson! I wish I lived closer so he could still adjust me (I live in Georgia!). I would recommend him for any of my family members....great-grandma through new born baby!
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Response from the owner - 3 years ago
Thank you for your kind review! Your comments are deeply appreciated, and I'm glad that I could be of service to you. Keep up the good health!

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